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R&A to host women’s leadership summit

The R&A will host a women’s leadership summit ahead of the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Kingsbarns, near St Andrews. A group of 21 women from the

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Academic milestone for love.golf

Alastair Spink, founder and head coach of love.golf, the award-winning social group golf experience supported by Syngenta, has been awarded a Master o

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England Golf launch ‘Sunday Slam’ for 18-35 year old women

England Golf have launched 'Sunday Slam', a new series of monthly stablefords for 18-35-year-old women who can really only play at the weekend and who

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The Continent of Europe retain Vagliano Trophy

The Continent of Europe have won the Vagliano Trophy match with a 15-9 victory against Great Britain and Ireland at Circolo Golf Bogogno in Italy. It

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Strong second year for Girls Golf Rocks

Girls Golf Rocks is celebrating a successful second year of growing the game by attracting new girl golfers. Over 80 per cent of girls who try the gam

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Women’s Golf Day a hit in over 45 countries

The 2017 Women’s Golf Day (WGD) was a record-breaking success, with a social media presence fueled by its #womensgolfday campaign contributing to the

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National Golf Month 2017 hailed a success

National Golf Month (NGM), the annual initiative aimed at growing grassroots’ participation in golf, was hailed a success today as the campaign former

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National Golf Month Supporters line up in Celebrity Golf Competition

Two of National Golf Month’s female ambassadors are set to take part in this week’s famous Celebrity Pro-Am at the BMW Championship at Wentworth. T

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Women’s Golf Day

Emma Ballard, Head of Digital at Medi8, shines a light on Women's Golf Day which takes place on June 6th, and explains why she is an ambassador for th

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Syngenta supports SSE Women’s Invitational

Golf industry leader Syngenta is supporting the third annual SSE Women’s Invitational, which takes place at Royal Mid Surrey Golf Club on May 17. T

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National Golf Month reaches record number of people on social media

National Golf Month, the annual campaign aimed at increasing participation in golf, has achieved record levels of success on social media. With the

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Bringing the social element to golf

Jo Taylor, a golf pro at Tyrrells Wood Golf Club, has recently joined the love.golf programme. She tells Andy Brown about how the programme works and

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Who says it’s a man’s world?

Katie Rule, PGA Pro at Mullion Golf Club, talks about her difficulties growing up as a lady pro within a ‘man’s world’ and the future of ladies golf. 

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National Golf Month 2017 kickstarts Bank Holiday weekend

National Golf Month, a nationwide effort to inspire more women to try golf this May and address golf’s gender imbalance, kicks off this weekend. Fr

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The next generation

Charley Hull, one of the top 20 female players in the world, talks to GOLF RETAILING about how she first got into golf, her ambitions for 2017 and why

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MPs declare support for National Golf Month

Politicians have clubbed together to support this year’s National Golf Month, which will this year focus on getting more women trying the game for the

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Wales’ ‘PGA Professional of the Year’ joins love.golf team

Former Wales International and winner of the Golf Union of Wales’ 2016 PGA Professional of the Year Award, Joe Vickery, has become the latest golf coa

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Muirfield votes to allow women members

Members of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers (HCEG), the world’s oldest golf club, have voted in favour of women as Members of the Club.

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How one club is attracting more women members

Stoke Park have a thriving ladies section so GOLF RETAILING took a trip to the award-winning golf club to find out why they are seeing such success in

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Golf’s $35 billion opportunity

Women account for just 24 per cent of golfers worldwide, yet the number of prospective female players could add $35 billion to the global golf economy

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